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About ChrisC

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  1. Thanks for the help. There's no disease and low levels of varroa, so we'll try giving it a boost from the other hive as that one's really good. Much appreciated.
  2. We have a hive that we developed from a swarm late in October that is weak. Low numbers of adults, queen looks thin and is was not busy moving around much. Some brood at different stages but not heaps. No obvious signs of disease. Should we be attempting to nurse this through the winter or is it better to try and combine with our other hive which is very strong. Or would that risk the strong queen being killed. If combining is the best, when should we do this and how please. Any advice?
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